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A new partnership: Lao university delegation visits University of Education Karlsruhe – the German perspective

First contact between University of Education Karlsruhe and Savannakhet University

My “Fact-Finding Mission: Laos” (“FFM”) from 18 March to 6 April 2017 was funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, “DAAD”).1 Mr Somlith Virivong,
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Spotlight on intercultural encounters – an interview with Ms Mittaphone Sichampa and Ms Phovang Inthavong

Dear readers,

First of all, let me (re-)reintroduce two of my lovely tandem-teachers: Ms Mittaphone “Mit” Sichampa and Ms Phovang “Noy” Inthavong. “Re-“, because you might already know them as they were amongst the first teachers to join the Read more

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Letters from Laos (Savannakhet, no. 3) – by Mr Thaithanawanh Keokaisone (Erasmus+ participant)

Hello! Everyone, Sabaidee tooktookkhon! and Hallo! Jeder

My name is Thaithanawanh, you can call me (Thai) and I am 33 years old. I am a teacher of English. I teach students at Savannakhet University, Laos. I have taught students here … Read more

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Letters from Laos (Savannakhet, no. 2) – “A special gift from Germany” by Ms Viengvilaiphone Botthoulath (Erasmus+ participant)

Hello everyone!

My name is Viengvilaiphone Botthoulath. I am 26 years old and as my background is Biotechnology therefore, I am recently working as a lecturer at the Department of Food Processing Technology, Faculty of Food Science, Savannakhet University. Currently, … Read more

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Letters from Laos (Savannakhet, no. 1) – by Mr Napha Khothphouthone (Erasmus+ participant )

Hallo! Wie geht es lhnen?

My name is Napha Khothphouthone, 28 years old. I am married and have a cute daughter, she is Nadeer, 1 year and 2 months old.

Now I work at Savannakhet university (SKU) as a lecturer … Read more

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An exceptional encounter: When “muan” and the “Lao-German Cultural Night” join up

“Muan” is a Lao expression that can be translated as “joy”.

It was Friday, 9 November 2018. The sun had just disappeared and a light breeze blew through the bungalow of the three German volunteers Dilara, Nicole, and Patricia. The … Read more

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